Category Archives: Reviews

CHROME – Scaropy

September 19, 2021

Cleopatra 2021 Circling back to industrial conveyor, American post-punk veterans close creative space to stress their sonic might. It’s been a steady 45-year-long run for this band, with peaks and plateaus, so there’s no stopping to them – and no … Continue reading

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TRIFECTA – Fragments

September 14, 2021

Kscope 2021 Cerebral trio of art-rock celebrities serve up a debut kaleidoscope of multifaceted pieces. Possessed of immense artistic talents, Nick Beggs has repeatedly painted himself into creative corner by performing within a progressive rock framework, the genre with inherent … Continue reading

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NITZINGER – Live At Rockpalast 2001

September 13, 2021

MiG Music 2021 Triumphant, if low-profile, return of Texan bluesman sees him slowly reconquering European stages by storm. The ’80s and ’90s weren’t kind to John Nitzinger: he may have thrown in his lot with Alice Cooper in the beginning … Continue reading

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September 12, 2021

Scott Jeffers Traveler 2019 American folk-rock troupe’s eclectic trek across Europe and Asia brings heavy fruits of flawed delight. Although the cover of “Out Of The Dust” suggests Jeffers’ journeys took him to Egypt this time – and indeed it … Continue reading

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THE KORGIS – Kartoon World

September 10, 2021

The Korgis 2021 Stating that “reality sure leaves its mark” and making sure this mark has a soundtrack, British pop veterans deliver a concept epistle to the world. Here’s a blast from the past – an album that, with its … Continue reading

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